Given the lack of provision by banks to implement a mechanism to handle all claims of clients, the Government intervenes to find possible extrajudicial ways to comply with the ruling of the CJEU.
On December 21, 2016, the European Union Court of Justice issued a resolution that represents an important step forward in the fight for the rights of individuals affected by the abuses of “Floor clause” imposed by banks in recent years.
Continue reading COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION: JUDGMENT OF 12/21/2016, IN RELATION TO THE “RETROACTIVE” RETURN OF THE AMOUNTS PAYED IMPROPERLY IN THE “FLOOR CLAUSE” OF THE SPANISH BANK IN YOUR MORTGAGE TITLE DEED
The Courtroom of the Superior Court of Justice of the Autonomous Community of Valencia, Spain, in its recent judgment of 14 September 2016 (Case number 520/2016, rapporteur Olarte Madero), annulling a settlement by the Plusvalía’s tax made by the City of Paterna (Valencia).
The death of a loved one is a painful and delicate time, but it would be important to know what administrative and legal steps must be done to be prepared, in Spain: